It didn’t take long, did it?
During the last month’s balagan at City Hall, a long row of gay activists were trying to convince the Council how important it is to fund their parade. Most of them even promised not to let the anti-Semites from Queers Against Israeli Apartheid take part in the event.
It took just a month for the gay leaders to pull off the same swindle they did last year – once they were sure about getting the funding, they let the anti-Semites take part in their “festivities”.
Dyke March – Palestine Solidarity Contingent
Saturday, July 2 · 1:30pm – 3:30pm
Norman Jewison Parkette (East of Yonge St., between Gloucester & Isabella)
Please join Dykes & Trans People for Palestine (DTPP) as we march together in solidarity with Queers in Palestine & against Israeli Apartheid!
Bring your noisemakers, signs, banners, & spirit of peaceful protest – but most especially, bring yourself! We will congregate in the Parkette at 1:30 pm on Saturday July 2, prior to the start of the Dyke March which leaves at 2 pm.
If it’s a hot day, be sure to bring lots of water, a hat, & sun screen.
So the “dumb” Torontonian taxpayer is left with no choice, but to finance the hatred flaunted by a group of idiots, who attack the only country in the Middle East where gays have real rights.
At City Hall last month, Francisco Alvarez, one of Pride’s leaders, while whining and begging for money, promised that the anti-Israeli group is not going to take part. He said that the police would be notified, if QuAIA show up.
Now not only do they show up, but they are at the centre of a major Pride event. Yet, I don’t see any hint of condemnation from the gay community.
For many years, the Pride organizers have been pounding into us the idea that their event is about love and inclusiveness. Now we are supposed to finance their Jew-hatred.
Does that mean that he gay community at large supports hatred and anti-Semitism?
We’ll see tomorrow…